Nick Gervin (born 1981) is a documentary and fine art photographer from Portland, Maine. He has had two traumatic brain injuries in his lifetime and now suffers from Post-Concussion Syndrome on a daily basis. Being a disabled artist hasn't slowed Nick down. In fact, all of his work is a direct result from his injuries.
He has guest lectured at Maine College of Art and Southern Maine Community College on the topic of making candid photographs. On June 2nd 2017, Nick had his first solo exhibition hosted at the Carver Hill Gallery located in Rockland, Maine. The exhibit was well received with the sale of five limited edition, archival prints purchased by several private collectors. As of January 1st, 2021, Nick has become a member of the board of directors at the Bakery Photographic Collective, a non-profit photo education and finishing center located in Portland, Maine.
Nick continues to work on several long term projects such as “American Cemetery,” “Autographs,” and “Black Sunday.”